Samsung LE32C350 - 32" LCD HDTV - £229.95 at RicherSounds - HotUKDeals
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On the website price is showing as £249.95 - picture of offer in second post.

5 year guarantee: £22.95 or 38p p/m.


Key Features

Flat Panel Type - LCD TV
Screen Size - 32 inch
Aspect Ratio - Widescreen (16:9)
Broadcast Format Displayed - 720p (HDTV) • 480p (EDTV) • 480i (SDTV)
Digital TV Standard - HDTV-Ready Television
Display Resolution - 1366 x 768 pixels


Display Capabilities

Digital TV Standard - HDTV-Ready - Requires separate receiver to view HDTV signals.
Built-in Tuner - DVB
Native Aspect Ratio - 16:9
Interpolated Aspect Ratio - 14:9 Enhanced


Image Quality

Display Resolution - 1366 x 768 pixels


Connectors
Rear Input Connectors - HDMI x 1
Headphone Jack - With Headphone Jack


Audio Features
Audio Type - Stereo
Audio Leveler - With Audio Leveler

Speakers
Number of Speakers - 2 Speakers
Speaker Power - 2 x 5 Watt


Technical Features

Picture in Picture - With PIP
Sleep Timer - With Sleep Timer


Remote Control
Remote Control - Standard
Dimensions
Height - 58.5 cm
Width - 79.5 cm
Depth - 24.7 cm
Weight - 7.09 kg


Miscellaneous
Family Line - Samsung LE


*Specs taken from: http://www.dealtime.co.uk/Samsung-LE32C350-LCD-Television-32-inch-82-cm-16-9-HD-ready-TNT-HD-HDMI-USB-2-0/prices
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#1
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1 Like #2
I don't think RS have ever had any item in stock that I've wnated to purchase. They're useless.
#3
Nice find, jus a pick out of the hat for stock tho
#4
Hot from me, same issue as perrioli though - never seen any stock in when it's a good price!
#5
It looks £30 cheaper than elsewhere but to be honest I wouldn't recommend either buying a cheap samsung or buying a 720p TV. I have a recently purchased 'cheap' Samsung plus an older Samsung I got 5 years ago and the build quality difference is massive, the £200 Samsung is made of incredibly cheap plastic by my standards and the base feels very very fragile. I would honestly wait and fork out the extra £70 for a different brand of 1080p 32"
#6
Do NOT buy..............this tv makes a high frequency whistling sound. Its a common problem!
#7
j4yesh
Do NOT buy..............this tv makes a high frequency whistling sound. Its a common problem!


Most Samsungs - and infact TVs - suffer from this problem, usually goes away within 2 weeks - haven't seen a mass of reviews saying this is that bad. Though, I agree with grimboj2 saying it's probably better to fork out a little more for a 1080p.
#8
Low spec 720p 32" TV's need to come down to £199, why are they farting about for so long?
#9
DarkFlame
j4yesh
Do NOT buy..............this tv makes a high frequency whistling sound. Its a common problem!


Most Samsungs - and infact TVs - suffer from this problem, usually goes away within 2 weeks - haven't seen a mass of reviews saying this is that bad. Though, I agree with grimboj2 saying it's probably better to fork out a little more for a 1080p.


Yeah it really freaked me out the first time it happened haha but yeah 2 weeks sounds right.
#10
Thought this was hot til I saw it was a RS deal. They never have them. Should be illegal really.
banned#11
i advice to people LE32B350 or 450 that has 2 x hdmi and vga i'am using B350 my mvix player and mkv movies and it has stuning image also just want say that you dont need buy 32" tv with 1080p you wont see the difference until you use it with 40" tv and more , it has been proven and tested by professionals .
#12
I tend to agree about the 32" 1080 point. There us a difference but you really have to concentrate and I don't know about you but I like to watch a film and relax not study it. On the other hand I'd say 37" shows.

Either way this is a very decent price for what seems an equally decent box.
#13
gool54
i advice to people LE32B350 or 450 that has 2 x hdmi and vga i'am using B350 my mvix player and mkv movies and it has stuning image also just want say that you dont need buy 32" tv with 1080p you wont see the difference until you use it with 40" tv and more , it has been proven and tested by professionals .

Wrong, false and a myth.


1080p is 1080p which is 1920 x 1080 and will always be 1920 x 1080, this does not change just because the screen size gets bigger. 1080p will always have the same amount of detail regardless of the screen size. 1080p at 22" is the same as 1080p at 100" if both are viewed at the correct distance.
#14
ThunderBolt
I tend to agree about the 32" 1080 point. There us a difference but you really have to concentrate and I don't know about you but I like to watch a film and relax not study it. On the other hand I'd say 37" shows. Either way this is a very decent price for what seems an equally decent box.

Well you would be agreeing with something that is wrong. You either have bad eye sight or you got a bad TV.

1080p is the same regardless what you view it on, it doesn't change just because the screen size gets bigger. All that happens is on smaller screens the pixels need to be smaller to fit the amount of pixels needed for 1080p, this is why with smaller 1080p screens you need to sit closer, because the pixels are smaller. It has got nothing to do with screen size alone. 1080p is the same be it at 22" as it is at 100". It ain't going to look better just because the screen is bigger and infact if viewed from the wrong distance, the larger screen would look worse (this goes for the smaller screen to though).

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